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It would be nice to have swap meet thread (or maybe there is/was but I can't find it) where we can post stuff we have but no longer use or want to sell or trade. Or for stuff we need.
I've got a very generous offer to anyone down island wishing he could go north. I will swap my Nauticat 33 for use up in Narragansett Bay between the months of December 2007 - March, 2008, for another equal or larger sized boat, down in the BVI's (or equivalent) during the same period.

I know this is an unfair swap, but being such a nice guy, I will suffer the hardship just to help out.
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I have all, and I mean ALL, of the charts that are available here..

http://www.freeboatingcharts.com/

downloaded and burnt onto CD (4 or 5)

I know, they're free, but it took me about 8 hours to download them all.

I would be happy to burn them onto a set of CD's for anyone who wanted them, free of charge.

You could send me 4 blank CD's and return postage.

I'd also take any outdated charts you have. (for projects, the more outdated the better)

PM me and we can set it up if you want ..

Fred
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I will swap my Nauticat 33 for use up in Narragansett Bay between the months of December 2007 - March, 2008, for another equal or larger sized boat, down in the BVI's (or equivalent) during the same period.
For use IN the bay or nearby on a cradle?
Is it heated?
Sounds like fun!
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It's on the hard, heated with a full shrinkwrap cover over frame. I suppose "fun" is just a relative term though.
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Merry Xmas!

I've got a $5 Reward Certificate for West Marine that I'm giving away. It expires 12/19 and I'm not planning any purchases soon. Send me a private message and I can send you the number on the certificate.
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